Ostrich Recipes

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Mexican Stew 3 lbs Ostrich or Emu meat, cubed 1 C thick-and-chunky mild or medium salsa 2 T. olive oil 1 C beef broth 2 medium zucchini cut lengthwise in half and crosswise into ¾ inch pieces. 1 can (15oz) black beans, rinsed and drained 1/2 C frozen corn 2 T cornstarch dissolved in 3T of

Cooking Ostrich Meat

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Tips For Cooking With Ostrich Proper cooking of Ostrich meat will present you with a delicious, tender meat. It has some similar characteristics to extra lean beef but there are also some differences. Since Ostrich is low in fat, it does not need to be cooked as long or with as high of a

Ostrich meat nutrition & Facts

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Lower in Fat * Lower in Cholesterol the heart healthy red meat that you can use in your favorite recipes. High cholesterol? On a Diet? Into Health Food? Try some soon! Nutrient Comparison – per 100 grams of cooked lean meat Species Description

Easy waffle recipe

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Have you ever vomited all through the night by the light of the silvery moon? While your husband was in Florida (work related, at least)? With two kids waking up for the day one hour after your last vomiting session? And then had the girl develop a 102 degree fever and cough the next day while

The Best Dairy, Egg, and Nut Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

November 18, 2010 by · Leave a Comment
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OK, so here’s the best recipe I have come up with for almost allergen-free chocolate chip cookies. The only thing left is the wheat flour (and a little soy, but you could easily subsitute rice milk). Luckily, I don’t have to deal with those. But I am sure you could subsitute a mixture of rice

Snow day Cooking recipe

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So we have a snow day here today, although it is only ice and freezing rain which keeps us inside all day and unable to go anywhere. What is one to do with a four year old that doesn’t involve staring at the television? Cleaning? No fun. Organizing? No way. Taxes? Too risky. Playing Polly

Allergy-friendly banana bread

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It seems that other than my fabulous writing, people are constantly drawn to this site to get information on getting rid of pinworms or are looking for allergy friendly recipes. Throw in my use of profanity, and you get some weird and wacky Google referrals. So, I mentioned the other day that I

Strawberry Shortcake

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It is strawberry season here in Pennsylvania. Not those huge, more pink then red, flavorless things that you get at the grocery store. I am talking little, beet red-colored berries that make you remember what strawberries actually taste like. As the little lady and I were picking up some lunch on

Finding a culinary training

November 1, 2010 by · Leave a Comment
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Want to take a culinary training, but you do not know how to go about it? Here are a few tips to help you find a culinary training suits your situation and your aspirations. Of course, you do not follow the same culinary training if you just want to improve you in the kitchen, or if you want to

What is myrrh?

October 23, 2010 by · Leave a Comment
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My twelve year old son and I were discussing the real meaning of Christmas recently, about how it’s Christ’s birthday. He asked me if Jesus was given any gifts and I reminded him of the story of the three wise men giving gold, frankincense and myrrh. He then asked me what myrrh was, and I had

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